The A.C. Thomas House is an elegantly furnished late Victorian Mansion in downtown New Harmony that has been converted to a wonderful Bed & Breakfast. With its eight Bedrooms and eight bathrooms, it is perfect for just about any visitor’s needs, whether they be the lone traveler come to experience New Harmony’s impressive arts, culture and history; a couple on a romantic getaway, a large wedding party, or a company or arts group, looking for a unique place to hold an unforgettable retreat. Continue reading
The MacLeod Barn Abbey is a beautiful building that provides a communal living space and a great view of the Wabash River and the fields leading up to it. The barn Abbey was originally envisioned as the home of a progressive Christian worship movement based on the ideas of George MacLeod, , the leader of a Christian community in Scotland who had ideas for new ways of living as a Christian. Today, it is available for retreats, reunions, receptions and other events. Continue reading
Book Your Stay Mount Vernon’s Four Seasons Motel has long been the favorite place to stay for those visiting Mount Vernon, whether for business, work, family, or pleasure. The Four Seasons has been owned and operated by the Cox family since it was built in 1968. They genuinely care for their motel, and for their guests, and that shows in details large and small.
The Loft on Main is located in a building that was constructed in 1889 on New Harmony’s historic Main street. Recently renovated, it still features the original walls and floors, along with more modern amenities such as wireless internet access, a fully equipped kitchen, a washer and dryer, a 42″ LCD TV & Blu-Ray DVD Player, and a Foosball Table. Its two bedrooms, one with a queen sized bed, the other with two twins, have the high ceilings and exposed walls that make 19th century homes so special. Continue reading
The New Harmony Inn, Resort and Conference Center was designed to embody the history of New Harmony by integrating the quiet simplicity of the original Harmonists, the utopian dreams of the Owenists, and the art and culture of present day New Harmony. It’s classic brick exteriors, ample grounds, scenic lake, waterfall, woods, glass enclosed pool, museum quality art and sculpture, and close relationship with the Red Geranium Restaurant, among many other amenities, make it the only choice for visitors wanting a premium, world class hotel experience in Posey County, Indiana. Continue reading